You’re taking the first step in mastering your content.
I didn’t plan on creating the 15-minute content planner but I’m glad I did. It gives me the opportunity to hang out with people like you, from all walks of life, that are doing their best to create better content and build up an audience through their social media platforms. This is an exciting journey and I want you to know that I am here to walk this path with you.
Write, don’t think
The biggest mistake that I made when getting started was thinking too much. I would often think myself out of the doing. I’d watch countless “How to” videos and read many more articles and blog posts, just to make sure I’m not making any mistakes. The thing I’ve learnt is that there aren’t really any mistakes except 1, and that’s not to start.
Starting is what makes all the difference
It doesn’t matter how bad you think your writing is or that your ideas won’t resonate with anybody, you have to start. I felt that very same way when I got started. Today I’m very glad that I did start. You will probably notice more than a few spelling and grammar mistakes in the content planner as well as here on my website and even on my social media posts. NONE of those bothers me. I’m focussed on sharing my message not winning a spelling contest.
If you don’t get your planner?
If you don’t get your planner in a minute or two then you should probably check the SPAM folder. I do my best to make sure my emails don’t end up there but unfortunately, I’m not in control of the email spammer bots that thinks everything with a link is spam.
If you’ve already checked there and still don’t have it, then send me an email to email@example.com and I’ll get back to you
Some of my content on content 🙂
What is a content calendar? A content calendar is a tool, like a regular calendar, that has a schedule of content that you want to post. This could be a mix of themed content, or just planned…
I like to think of the content universe as this big thing that holds all of your content. It’s all your ideas, your blog posts, and even your videos. This is the stuff that you create for the purpose of educating and attracting potential customers or audiences to you and your services or products.
Today I’m talking about content, more specifically, what kind of content you should post, especially when you are getting started
It can be a bit confusing. Even though you’ve got the 15-minute content planner, you might be thinking about what kind of content to create. Should I have content that is about me or should it be more focused on my product or service? If you running this as a side hustle, you may be concerned that the content you are creating or want to create, is going to hurt your professional status
It’s easy to get lost in what’s important with so many stats available. So what is the number 1 content metric you should be tracking to get success? Is it reaching the right audience, should I have more words, should I have less, and is this going to get me the likes and comments I so desire?